The Blue Sheep Bed & Breakfast Amsterdam
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We met up with the woman who is looking after the apartment for the owner. She lives in the next floor down and we just wanted to meet her and thank her for her help while we had been here. Anne had googled the name of the woman who owns the flat, Tessa Duyven, as she is a writer. As it turns out she is quite a well known writer who wrote "The Twins" which oddly enough Anne and Lesley had been talkiing about a few days ...
... Proeflokaal Wynand Fockink. We like to attend the highest-ranked bars in our visited cities, and this place did not disappoint. Opened in the early 1600s, this is Amsterdam’s oldest and most prestigious bar, serving as a sort of small competitor to Bols. About fifty different types of genever are sold. When we got our chance with the bartender, we asked what he recommended, but he said he never recommended anything. Instead, he asked us what flavors we liked ...
I had previously booked our last nights in this bed and breakfast just so that we would had a chance to regroup before flying home as well as take some time to explore this interesting city. That''s what we did yesterday and today. You can order breakfast here but we didn't. We hit the bricks to find some place to eat and see what we could see and actually found a nice place for breakfast that was willing to make vegetarian adjustments for Lisa. Way to go!
Today we wing our way to Amsterdam, so the group was up at the ********** of dawn to be ready for our airport shuttle pick-up at 7:00. We had a very friendly and helpful driver, and we made it to the Pisa airport after a forty-minute ride. The airport, named after Italy's famous Galileo Galilei, turned out to be a nice facility, very easy to navigate, with all the usual travelers' amenities. We were flying Transavia, ...
... br> Eric went to reception to ask if they could do anything and they gave us an
upgraded room. It was smaller, but had a double bed, instead of two singles pushed together (the norm in Europe) and would have had canal views if there hadn't been scaffolding
in the way. So we were nice and warm in our new room. We are glad we stayed at a hotel instead of a hostel, which would have cost roughly the same if we had chosen to have a private ...